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Upcoming Institute for Critical Education Studies seminars

The Institute for Critical Education Studies is please to sponsor two upcoming seminars on curriculum issues in Latin America and Spain. Curricular Discourses with Practical Implications: Perspectives and Experiences From Spain & South America September 22, 2016 11:30am – 1:30pm … Continue reading

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Seminar: Challenges and Tensions in Curriculum Management: Theory and Practice

Challenges and Tensions in Curriculum Management: Theory and Practice Public Seminar Sponsored by Institute for Critical Education Studies July 13, 2016 12:00pm Scarfe 2108 2125 Main Mall University of British Columbia Carolina Castro, Héctor Gómez, and Fernando Murillo, co-authors in … Continue reading

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‘Reclaiming the School as Pedagogic Form’

Institute for Critical Education Studies Faculty of Education University of British Columbia Public Lecture ‘Reclaiming the School as Pedagogic Form’ Dr. Jan Masschelein (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) May 12, 2015 12:00 – 2:00pm Scarfe 1214 (Education Building, UBC Vancouver)  In my … Continue reading

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Inaugural issue revisited: Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor

ICES is returning to the archive and rolling out back issues in OJS format! We begin with the inaugural issue and its core theme, “Organizing Our Asses Off.” Issue #2 will soon follow. We encourage readers and supporters of Workplace … Continue reading

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Rouge Forum @ AERA [Videos]

To Know is Not Enough: Rouge Forum @ AERA Friday April 13, 2012 Vancouver, BC Videos on the ICESchannel at YouTube (or click on links below) The Rouge Forum @ AERA brought together world-renowned scholars, teachers, community organizers, and other activists to discuss … Continue reading

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